Marcus Samuelsson – The Path to Harlem
$125.00 – $1,300.00
Marcus Samuelsson Spoonful Story
Chef Marcus Samuelsson has racked up awards and accolades over the course of his career: the youngest executive chef ever to receive a three-star review from The New York Times, winner of Chopped All-Stars and Top Chef Master, and five James Beard Awards, among others. He now owns more than 30 restaurants around the globe.
With this kind of success, you might expect a certain level of self-importance. But Samuelsson remains grounded in his history and community, both of which shine through in his spoonful.
“This spoonful shows my journey around the world and with food. It’s set on a plate with an image of the Apollo Theater, which is, of course, an icon of Harlem, my home, and community. I’m always chasing new flavors, but also rely on the foundational, familiar flavors of my upbringing like berbere from Ethiopia or lemon and dill used in Scandinavian cooking.”
Ingredients: Nasturtium leaves, Ethiopian coffee beans, whole, and dried berbere pepper, grilled lemon, dill, Maldon salt, and cultured butter.
What are the “Spoonfuls of Inspiration”
Among chefs there is one universal truth: each has a favorite spoon. Whether wooden, metal, porcelain, plastic, or bone, chefs use this indispensable tool to measure, stir, flip, fold, divide, carry, plate, and – most importantly – to taste. Most chefs will tell you that their favorite spoon is an extension of themselves, an appendage without which they would be hard-pressed to survive.
Brent Herrig’s Spoonfuls of Inspiration series captures the unique emotional connection between chef and spoon. Created in collaboration with the chef, these abstract portraits showcase their favorite spoon alongside the ingredients and elements that inspire them. Here you’ll find a selection of Spoonfuls of Inspiration representing chefs, bartenders, and baristas from around the globe.
Limited edition print:150 copies
Gallery acrylic mount finishing: This is a perfect ready-to-hang presentation for galleries, homes, restaurants or exhibitions. It is durable and robust with guaranteed brilliant colors and UV protection. The original Océ Lightjet exposure system photo print on Kodak Pro Ultra Endura paper results in a high quality finish with rich, vibrant colors and deep blacks. The photo print is then mounted between 1/8″ (4mm) thick acrylic panels.
Print only finishing: For those wishing to customize mounting and framing. The original Océ Lightjet exposure system photo print on Kodak Pro Ultra Endura paper results in a high quality finish with rich, vibrant colors and deep blacks.
Authenticity statement: This print is signed and numbered. This print comes with a certificate of authenticity and description.
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